Albury / Wodonga natural attractions

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    LAKE HUME IS A WATER SPORTS HAVEN AND A PICTURESQUE PLACE TO EXPLORE: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    SEE SOME OF THE AMAZING VARIETY OF BIRDLIFE AT THE WONGA WETLANDS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    THE MUNGABAREENA RESERVE CAN BE A NICE PLACE TO COOL OFF ON A HOT DAY: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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Natural attractionsAlbury / Wodonga natural attractions

Lake Hume

Lake Hume is an amazing achievement of human engineering ingenuity, and a beautiful natural resource. The lake holds around six times the amount of water of Sydney Harbour and has 365 kilometres of shoreline and inlets.

Lake Hume is a water sports haven for sailing, jet and water skiing, windsurfing, fishing and swimming and the sandy beaches and reserves make a great place for you to sun bake or have a picnic.

Located: about 20km south-east of Albury/Wodonga

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Wonga Wetlands

The Wonga Wetlands are an ecosystem of lagoons and billabongs that are the home to a stunning variety of bird life and wildlife. The unique element is that the water that is bringing new life to this area, is not directly from the river - it's from Albury City's wastewater treatment systems.

Located just five minutes from the centre of Albury.

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Mungabareena Reserve

This is nice place to cool off on a hot day. It is also home to the annual Aboriginal 'Mungabareena Ngan-Girra Festival' held in November. This celebrates and commemorates the meeting of the seven Koori tribes of the district, which was a 'mini-parliament' where inter-tribal law was discussed and marriages were performed.

Located 6km east of Albury

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